We ensure that the spray device is 5 m outside of the hazard zone.
Switching on ventilation
We ensure that there is sufficiant natural or artifcial ventilation around the work area.
Watching out for ignition sources
We check that there are no possible ignition sources such as lit cigarettes, sparks and hot surfaces in the work area.
Removing electronic devices
We remove all electronic devices from the area to be disinfected.
Ensuring adequate protection
Our professionals come with suitable breathing protection, wearing suitable work clothes, protective goggles, protection for our ears and gloves.
Safer Active Ingredients.
Our disinfectants contain active safer ingredients that are reviewed and falls in the list of EPA-registered disinfectants that are effective on COVID-19 and other harmful viruses.
Disinfection practices are important to reduce the potential for COVID-19 virus contamination in non-healthcare settings, such as in the home, office, schools, gyms, publicly accessible buildings, faith-based community centres, markets, transportation and business settings or restaurants. High-touch surfaces in these non-health care settings should be identified for priority disinfection such as door and window handles, kitchen and food preparation areas, counter tops, bathroom surfaces, toilets and taps, touchscreen personal devices, personal computer keyboards, and work surfaces.
In outdoor spaces, large-scale spraying or fumigation in areas such as streets or open market places for the COVID-19 virus or other pathogens is not recommended. Streets and sidewalks are not considered as routes of infection for COVID-19. Spraying disinfectants, even outdoors, can be noxious for people’s health and cause eye, respiratory or skin irritation or damage.
This practice will be ineffective since the presence of dirt or rubbish for example, inactivates the disinfectant, and manual cleaning to physically remove all matter is not feasible. This is even less effective on porous surfaces such as sidewalks and unpaved walkways. Even in the absence of dirt or rubbish, it is unlikely that chemical spraying would adequately cover surfaces allowing the required contact time to inactivate pathogens.
While outside, people should always follow physical distancing measures, staying at least one metre from another person; perform hand hygiene by washing hands frequently with soap and water or using alcohol-based hand rub; follow good respiratory hygiene by covering your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when coughing or sneezing; avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth; and avoid crowded places.